Tag: Garry Stewart
“I think the definition of the choreographer has really changed, particularly in the last couple of decades,” says Garry Stewart. “We’re all looking at other media, other art forms and other people in order to shift the language of dance, and also to change our relationship with the stage and with the audience. So in some ways, anything goes. Anything is possible. And for me, that’s the most exciting thing.”
Posted: May 29th, 2012 under Arts, Arts - Interview, Arts Feature, Brag 464 (May 28), Performance/Dance, Theatre Reviews.
Tags: Be Your Self, Charles Renfro, Dance, Garry Stewart, Kimball Wong, Roslyn Helper, Sydney Theatre, Teathre, Walsh Bay